Exchange Rules

1. Introduction

1.1 These rules and regulations are part of the agreement between you and Betbarter.com. Terms and Conditions shall apply and all definitions from those terms and conditions shall apply to these rules and regulations.

1.2 If for some reason an event occurs that is unclear or not covered by the rules and regulations included in this document, Betbarter.com reserves the right to decide the outcome of each event case by case.

1.3 Betbarter.com may update, amend, edit, and supplement these Terms and Conditions at any time.

1.4 Betbarter.com reserves the right to refuse personal accounts, acceptance of bets and/or to limit the number of bets without any obligation of providing reason.

1.5 Betbarter.com users should read and know the Rules and Regulations affecting any market where they wish to bet.

1.6 Betbarter.com reserves the right to void, terminate, suspend, withhold bets and/or player account at any time at its sole discretion, for reasons due to the detection of any suspicious activity:

1.7 Betbarter.com does not assume liability for transmitted errors of betting data and result. No claim for damages can in any instance be made because of incorrect, delayed, manipulated or abusive transfer of data on the internet or because of any other third-party bug (Ex. Technical issue, Connection problem, etc).
Betbarter.com does not assume liability for the accuracy of the scores, live streams, statistics, or other information/data showing on the website. It is customers’ duty to verify the status and the information of any event before placing a bet.

1.8 Betbarter.com has at its absolute discretion the right to correct any palpable errors and to take the necessary steps to provide a fair service for its customers. A palpable error could be any incorrect information published regarding an event. For example, incorrect/reversed odds, wrong team/player/tournament, incorrect event starting time, etc.

1.9 Minimum and maximum bet amount depend on the sport, event and market.

1.1 If a market is not scheduled to be turned in-play but fails to suspend the market at the relevant time, then:

if the event has a scheduled 'off' time, all bets matched after that scheduled off time will be invalid; and

if the event does not have a scheduled 'off' time, it will use its reasonable endeavours to ascertain the time of the actual 'off' and all bets after the time of the 'off' determined will be invalid.

Betbarter.com aims to use its reasonable endeavours to suspend in-play markets at the start of and at the end of the event. However, regardless of what it says in the Market Information, it does not guarantee that such markets will be suspended at the relevant time.
It will not part-suspend outcomes/selections in an Exchange market that has been turned in-play.
Customers are responsible for managing their in-play bets at all times.
For the purposes of in-play betting, customers should be aware that transmissions described as "live" by some broadcasters may be delayed or pre-recorded. The extent of any delay may vary depending on the set-up through which they are receiving pictures or data.

1.2 All markets not suspending at the time of the ‘off’. In relation to markets which are scheduled to be turned in-play, aims to use its reasonable endeavours to turn markets in-play at the time of the ‘off. The time of the ‘off’ for markets should be set out in the Market Information. Regardless of what Market Information says it does not guarantee that such markets will be suspended and turned in-play at the time of the ‘off’.

If a market is scheduled to be turned in-play but does not suspend the market and cancel unmatched bets at the time ‘off’ and the market is not turned in-play with unmatched bets cancelled at any time during the event, all bets matched after the scheduled time of the ‘off’ will be invalid.

If the event does not have a scheduled ‘off’ time, it will use reasonable endeavours to ascertain the time of the actual ‘off’ and all bets after the time of the ‘off’ will be invalid.

If a market is scheduled to be turned in-play but does not suspend the market during the time of the ‘off’ (therefore unmatched bets are not cancelled at the time), however the market is intentionally turned in-play at a later time during the event, but the market is intentionally turned in-play at a later time during the event, all bets matched after the time of the ‘off’ will be stand.

2.1 Market will be settled as set out in the Specific Sports Rules.
If the Specific Sports Rules do not indicate whether and on what basis the market will be settled, markets will be settled on the official outcome of the governing body concerned, irrespective of any subsequent disqualification or alteration of the outcome (except if an adjustment is declared within 24 hours of the initial settlement of the relevant market in order to correct an errors in the reporting of the result).

When no official results of the relevant governing body are available, the results will be decided by the use of information from independent sources. In such cases, if any new information comes into the public domain within 48 hours of date of settlement, it shall (in a fair manner) decide either: (i) whether the market should be reinstated or resettled in the light of this new information; or (ii) whether or not to wait for further information before determining whether to reinstate or resettle the market. Unless it has declared that it is waiting for further information which comes into the public domain more than 48 hours after the market has been settled shall not be considered (regardless of whether or not such information might have contributed to a different outcome).

In the event of any uncertainty as to any result or possible outcome, it reserves the right to suspend settlement of any market for an indefinite period of time until the uncertainty can be resolved to a reasonable satisfaction. It reserves the right to void any market if the ambiguity cannot be resolved to satisfactory degree of satisfaction.

2.2 Resettlements. Markets are usually settled immediately after the end of the event in question. It may settle (or part settle) other markets before the official outcome is declared (or it may increase the customer eligible to bet’ balance by the minimum possible winnings of that customer on a given market) solely as a customer service benefit. Nevertheless, it reserves the right to change the market settlement if: the official outcome is different from the outcome on which the market was originally decided.

This reserves the right to reverse the settlement of a market if the market is fixed in error (for example, a human or technical error).

If a market is resettled, this may lead to amendments to the customer’s balance to reflect adjustments in the market settlement.

2.3 Withdrawals and disqualifications. Subject always entitled to void bets under its terms and conditions. Customers should refer to the applicable Specific Sports Rules.

3.1 Some markets have different rules, which are set out in the Specific Sports Rules. However, if the market does not have any provisions in the Specific Sports Rules relating to abandonment, cancellation and/or postponement the following shall apply.

In relation to any match, fixture, game, individual event or the like: if the event is not completed within three days of the scheduled completion date, all bets on the markets for that event will be invalid, except for bets on any markets that have been unconditionally determined.

In relation to any tournament, competition or the like: if the event is not concluded within three days of the scheduled date of completion, all markets relating to the event must be resolved in compliance with the official decision of the governing body concerned, providing that the decision is taken within 90 days of the scheduled date of completion. If no official ruling is released in this 90-day period, then bets on any market relating to this event will be invalid, except bets on any markets that have been unconditionally established. If the market is to be cancelled but part settled as favour to the customer, then such part-settled bets will be reversed and all bets on the market will be invalid.

Some markets have different rules which are set out in the Relevant Sports Rules. However, if the change of location is not dealt with in the Specific Sports Rules the following shall apply:

For any team sport: if the scheduled venue is changed after the market is loaded by Betbarter.com, all bets will be void only if the new venue is a home ground of the original away team

For all categories or markets other than team sports: if the scheduled venue is changed after the market is loaded by Betbarter.com, all bets will stand.

If there is a change in the type of scheduled surface after the market has been loaded, all bets will stand.

Unless stated otherwise in the Specific Sports Rules the Dead Heat Rule applies to bets on a market where there are more winners than expected. For each bet matched on a relevant winning selection, the stake money is first reduced in proportion by multiplying it by the sum of the number of winners expected (as set out in the Market Information), divided by the number of actual winners (i.e. stake multiplied by (number of winners expected/number of actual winners)). The winnings are then paid to the successful backers on this 'reduced stake' (reduced stake multiplied by traded price) and the remaining stake money is paid to the appropriate layers.

1.1 If a ball is not bowled during a competition, series or match, all bets will be considered invalid except on any market that has been unconditionally determined (for example, in the ‘Completed Match’ market).
1.2 If the match is shortened by weather, all bets will be settled on the basis of the official result (including limited overs matches, the result determined by the Duckworth Lewis method).
1.3 In the case that a match is settled by a Super Over, bowl-off or a coin toss, all bets will be void except for those on markets that have been unconditionally determined. Super Over rule please see below.

1.4 Test Matches
1.4.1 If a match begins but is later abandoned for some cause other than weather (which can include but is not limited to: dangerous or unplayable wicket or outfield; pitch vandalism; strike or boycott; crowd protests/violence; stadium damage; acts of terrorism; and acts of God) Betbarter.com reserves the right to cancel all bets.
1.4.2 If the match is not expected to be finished within five days after the initial expected completion date, all bets on the markets on this event will be invalid.

1.5 Limited Over Matches
1.5.1 If a match is announced “No Result”, bets will be invalid on all markets for the event. In the case of a new toss taking place on designated reserve day for a limited over match, all bets made after 30 minutes before the initial scheduled start of play on the first day will be made invalid.

1.6 Super Overrule
1.6.1 Which team is going to win this Super Over? This market is suspended on site and activated once Betbarter.com is informed that Super Over is to be played. The market will be turned in-play at the beginning of the Super Over. It is also the duty of all customers to manage their positions because this market will not be actively managed. This market will be settled on the basis of the number of runs scored by each team in the initial Super Over. To prevent uncertainty, if scores are tied at the end of both innings in the Super Over, then the market will be settled as Dead Heat except in situations where more than one Super Over is played, where it will be settled on the winner of the final over.

Definition of ‘Material Event: For the purposes of the Exchange Rules, a ‘Material Event’ means a goal to be scored, a penalty to be awarded or a player to be sent off.

2.1. If Betbarter.com does not suspend a market on time for the occurrence of a Material Event, Betbarter.com reserves the right to void bets unfairly matched after the Material Event has occurred. Voiding of these bets may take place during the event or retrospectively once a game is completed.

2.2 Where a Material Event is cancelled due to a determination made via a video assistant referee (VAR), Betbarter.com will void bets as follows for such Material Event and the cancellation of it:

For the cancellation of a goal, due to VAR, bets matched between the time of the goal being scored and the time at which the video assistant referee finishes the review will be voided.

For the cancellation of a red card, due to VAR, bets matched after the time at which the video assistant referee commences the review will be voided.

The voiding of any such bets may take place during the event or retrospectively once a game is completed.

2.3 Where a video assistant referee ruling results in the award of a Red Card or Penalty, such Material Event will be deemed to have occurred at the time at which the video assistant referee commences a review relating to such (ultimately awarded) Material Event. In such circumstances, bets matched prior to the time at which the video assistant referee commences a review will not be voided.

2.4 For the avoidance of doubt, if the referee decides to award a goal, retrospectively due to VAR, bets matched between the time of the goal being scored and the time at which the video assistant referee review is concluded will be voided.

2.5 If a match has not started (or if Betbarter.com believes that a match will not have started) by 23:59 (local time) on its scheduled start date, then all bets will be void unless Betbarter.com has knowledge that the match has been rescheduled to be played within three days of its original start date.

2.6 If a match starts but is later abandoned or postponed and Betbarter.com believes that the match will not have been completed by 23:59 (local time) on its scheduled start date, then all bets, will be void unless Betbarter.com has knowledge that the match has been rescheduled to be played within three days of its original start date. If Betbarter.com does have knowledge that the game will be played within three days and the game is played within three days, then all bets will stand except if the match is restarted from the beginning. If the match is restarted from the beginning then all bets placed in-play will be void.

2.7 For Friendly matches, all bets apply to the full duration of play according to the match officials, plus any stoppage time. If a friendly match starts but is later abandoned or postponed and is not completed (i.e. the full duration of play according to match officials, plus any stoppage time) within three days of the scheduled start date, all bets will be void. In the case of ambiguity over the official result from match officials, the outcome will be determined by Betbarter.com (acting reasonably) using information from independent sources.

2.8 If an official fixture lists different team details to those listed on the Betbarter.com website (for example, the team name, reserves, age group, gender, etc), then all bets matched on the affected markets will be void. In all other cases, bets will stand (including instances where a team name is listed without specifying the term 'XI' in the name). If an official fixture is shown on the Betbater.com website under an incorrect competition name, then Betbarter.com reserves the right to void all bets matched on the affected markets.

2.9 All bets are valid for Regular Time only (90 minutes + Injury time). Overtime, Penalty shoot out don’t count.

3.1 If a player or pairing retires or is disqualified in any match, the player or pairing progressing to the next round (or winning the tournament in the case of a final) will be deemed the winner. However if less than one set has been completed at the time of the retirement or disqualification then all bets relating to that individual match will be void.

3.2 All bets will stand regardless of changes to scheduled venues, including any changes to a different type of surface.

3.3 If the scheduled duration of a match is reduced or increased in the number of games/sets required to win, all bets will be void except for those on markets which have been unconditionally determined. Please note that this does not apply to ‘Match Odds’ markets on Davis Cup matches or ‘dead rubber’ matches that have been shortened from five sets to three sets after the market has been loaded, provided that the match has been shortened in accordance with the competition’s rules.

4.1 Once all session/fancy bets are completed and settled there will be no reversal even if the match was tied or was abandoned.

4.2. Advance session, player runs and all fancy bets are only valid for 20/50 overs full match each side. (Please note this condition is applied only in case of advance fancy bets).

4.3. All advance fancy bets markets will be suspended 60 mins prior to the match start.

4.4. Under the rules of Session/Fancy Bets if a market gets suspended for any reason and does not resume then all previous bets will remain valid and become HAAR/JEET bets.

4.5. Incomplete Session/Fancy bets will be cancelled but complete session will be settled.

4.5.1. In Test Cricket, if we have offered a session and the team declares their innings completed before the completion of the session, the remaining Overs which are left will be taken from the next inning and the market will be settled accordingly. Example: Test match between India - England. We have offered India 105 Over runs, but India declared their innings in 101.1, while the score was 501. We count that as 102 Overs completed with the score of 501, but remaining Overs which are left (3) will count from the next innings first 3 Overs total runs, and will be added the 501 runs. For example England scored 10 Runs in their first 3 Overs in the next inning. We will settle India Over 105 Runs, 501+10=511. This is not valid for the ‘only Over’ markets.

4.6. In the case of a match getting cancelled, no result or abandoned but the session is completed, then bets will still be settled. Player runs and fall of wicket markets will also be settled at the figures where the match gets stopped due to rain for the inning (D/L), cancelled, abandoned or no result.

4.7. If a player gets retired hurt and one ball is completed then all the bets placed will remain valid.

4.8. Should a technical glitch in software occur, we will not be held responsible for any losses.

4.9. Should there be a power failure or a problem with the Internet connection and markets do not get suspended, Betbarter.com reserves the right to void any bets placed at incorrect prices.

4.10. All decisions related to settlement of wrong markets being offered will be taken by the Trading Team at their sole discretion.

4.11. Any bets which are deemed of being suspicious, including bets that have been placed from the stadium or from a source at the stadium may be voided at any time. The decision of whether to void the particular bet in question or to void the entire market will remain at the discretion of Betbarter.com. The final decision of whether bets are suspicious will be taken by Betbarter.com and that decision will be definite and final.

4.12. Any sort of non-legit bet, Matching (Passing of funds), Court Siding (Ghaobaazi on commentary), Sharpening or Commission making is not allowed. If any user is caught in any such act then all the funds belonging that account would be seized and confiscated. No argument or claim in that context would be entertained and the decision made by Betbarter.com will stand as final.

4.13. Fluke hunting/seeking is prohibited, all the fluke bets will be reversed. Cricket commentary is just an additional feature and facility provided to the users but Betbarter.com is not responsible for any delay or mistake in commentary.

4.14. Valid only for 1st inning.

Highest Inning Run: This fancy is valid only for the first inning of the match.

Lowest Inning Run: This fancy is valid only for the first inning of the match.

4.15. If the outcome of a market is according to the predicted lines those will be settled straight away, but if the outcome is a middle it will be settled just when the event is completed. For example: If in a market the lines are ( 22-24 ) and the result is 23 then that market will be settled when the event is completed, but if the result is 24 or above then the market will be settled straight away. This rule applies on the following markets:

Total Sixes In Single Match

Total Fours In Single Match

Highest Inning Run

Highest Over Run In Single Match

Highest Individual Score By Batsman

Highest Individual Wickets by Bowler

Lowest Inning Run

Fastest Fifty

Fastest Century

4.16. In case of wrong rate/price being given in fancy bets, those particular bets will be cancelled.

4.17. Fancy bets cannot be cancelled or reverted. It's the customer's responsibility to choose correctly the market and selection he wants to bet on.

4.18. Dot Ball market rules

Wides Ball - does not count

No Ball - does not count

Leg Bye - does not count as a dot ball

Bye Run - does not count as a dot ball

Run Out - On 1st run counts as a dot ball

Run Out - On 2nd and 3rd run does not count as a dot ball

Out - Catch out, bowled, stumped and LBW counts as a dot ball

4.19. Bookmaker rules

Due to any reason any team will be getting advantage or disadvantage we are not concerned.

We will simply compare both teams' 25 overs score, the higher score team will be declared winner in ODI.

We will simply compare both teams 10 overs, the higher score team will be declared winner in T20 matches.

4.20. Penalty Runs - any penalty runs awarded in a match (in iny running Fancy or ADV Fancy) will not count for settling purposes.

4.21. In the comparison market ties or equal runs on both the innings wont be considered while settling. Second batting team must surpass 1st batting's team totals to win otherwise on equal score or below 1st batting team is settled as the winner.

4.22. Player Boundaries Fancy: Only Direct Fours and Sixes hit by BAT are considered.

4.23. Bowler Run Session Rule:

If Bowler Bowl 1.1 Overs, then valid (for bowler 2 over runs session)

If Bowler Bowl 2.1 Overs, then valid (for bowler 3 over runs session)

If Bowler Bowl 3.1 Overs, then valid (for bowler 4 over runs session)

If Bowler Bowl 4.1 Overs, then valid (for bowler 5 over runs session)

If Bowler Bowl 9.1 Overs, then valid (for bowler 10 over runs session)

4.24. Total match playing over ADV: This market is settled after the whole match is completed.
Criteria: Only round-off over for both the innings will be accountable for settling purposes. For example if the 1st batting team gets all out at 17.3, 18.4 or 19.5 the overs considered for settlement are 17, 18 and 19 respectively. If the match finishes at 17.2 , 18.3 or 19.3 the overs considered for settlement are 17, 18 and 19 over respectively. These rules apply for both innings. In case of rain or if over gets reduced then this market will be voided.

4.25. 3 WKT or more by bowler in match ADV: This market is settled after the whole match is completed. In case of rain or if over gets reduced then this market will be voided.

4.26. KHADDA: ADV Khadda Fancy is valid only for first innings of the match. In case of rain or if over gets reduced then this market will be voided. Incomplete session bets will be cancelled but complete session bets will be settled.

4.27. LOTTERY: In case of rain or if over gets reduced then this market will get voided. Incomplete session bets will be cancelled.
Settlement rule: The last digit of the session will be considered for settlement. For Example if in 6 Overs Market the Score is 37, the winning selection for the Lottery is 7.

All betting will be settled in accordance with official competition rules. If there is no official result, all bets will be void.T20/ODIs/Limited Overs matches bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled due to external factors, including bad weather unless settlement of the bet has already been determined. 80% and above of agreed scheduled overs bowled is considered to be a full innings, and markets settled accordingly. If a match is cancelled then all bets will be void if it is not replayed or restarted within 48 hours of its advertised start time. Please see additional market specific rules.

5.1. Match Betting: All match betting will be settled in accordance with official competition rules. In matches affected by adverse weather, bets will be settled according to the official result. If there is no official result, all bets will be void. In the case of a tie, if the official competition rules do not determine a winner then dead heat rules will apply. In competitions where a bowl off or super over determines a winner, bets will be settled on the official result. In First Class Matches, if the official result is a tie, bets will be settled as a dead-heat between both teams. Bets on the draw will be settled as losers. If a match is abandoned due to external factors, then bets will be void unless a winner is declared based on the official competition rules.

5.2. Match Betting: Draw No Bet: A tie will be settled as a dead heat. All match betting will be settled in accordance with official competition rules. If there is no official result, all bets will be void.

5.3. Tied match: All bets will be settled according to the official result. If the match is abandoned or there is no official result, all bets will be void. For First Class matches a tie is when the side batting second is bowled out for a second time with scores level.

5.4. Runs in First Over: The first over must be completed for bets to stand unless settlement has already been determined. If an innings ends during an over then that over will be deemed to be complete unless the innings is ended due to external factors, including bad weather, in which case all bets will be void, unless settlement has already been determined. In First Class matches the market refers only to each team’s first innings. Extras and penalty runs in the particular over count towards settlement. For the Hundred, an over will consist of 5 legal deliveries, so a full innings will be made up of 20 overs. All other rules remain the same as other formats.

5.5 Runs off First Delivery: The result will be determined by the number of runs added to the team total, off the first ball of the match. For settlement purposes, all illegal balls count as deliveries.

5.6. Most Fours/Sixes: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined before the reduction. In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined. Only fours/sixes scored from the bat (off any delivery – legal or not) will count towards the total sixes. Overthrows and extras do not count. Fours/sixes scored in a super over do not count. In First Class games, only first innings sixes will count.

5.7. Most Extras: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined before the reduction. In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined. All wide deliveries, no balls, byes, leg byes and penalty runs in the match count towards the final result. If there are runs off the bat as well as extras from the same delivery, the runs off the bat do not count towards the final total. Extras in a super over do not count. In First Class games, only first innings extras will count.

5.8. Match Run outs: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the scheduled overs in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement has already been determined before the reduction. In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined. Run Outs in a super over do not count. In First Class games, only first innings run outs will count.

5.9. Match Ducks: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined before the reduction. In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined. A duck is classed as someone being dismissed for zero runs. Retired hurt does not count as a dismissal. Ducks in a super over do not count.

5.10. Match wides: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined before the reduction. In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined. Any runs resulting from a wide delivery, except penalty runs, will count towards the final total. Wides in a super over do not count.

5.11. Match Wickets/Stumpings/No Balls: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined before the reduction. In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined. Retired hurt does not count as a dismissal. Super over doesn’t count.

5.12. First Innings Lead/First Innings Run Handicap bets: Both first innings must be completed. Dead heat rules apply in the case of a tie. In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.

5.13. Fifty/Hundred in Match: Any score of 50 and above counts as a fifty. Similar for hundred. In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined before the reduction. In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.

5.14. Fifty/Hundred in First Innings: Any score of 50 and above counts as a fifty. Similar for hundred. In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled in the first innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined before the reduction. In drawn First Class matches, the innings must be completed, or over 200 overs, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined before the reduction. In First Class matches, this market refers to just the first innings of the match, not both teams’ first innings.

5.15 Highest First Over: The first over must be completed for bets to stand unless settlement has already been determined. If during the first over the innings is ended due to external factors, including bad weather, all bets will be void, unless settlement has already been determined before the reduction. In First Class matches the market refers only to each team’s first innings. Extras and penalty runs in the particular over count towards settlement. For the Hundred, an over will consist of 5 legal deliveries, so a full innings will be made up of 20 overs. All other rules remain the same as other limited overs formats.

5.16. Highest First Partnership: If the batting team reaches the end of their allotted overs, reaches their target or declares before the first wicket falls, the result will be the total amassed. For settlement purposes, a batsman retiring hurt does not count as a wicket. In limited overs matches, bets will be void if the innings has been reduced due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement has already been determined before the reduction. In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined. In First Class matches the market refers only to each team’s first innings.

5.17. Match Fours/Sixes: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined before the reduction. In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined. Only fours/sixes scored from the bat (off any delivery – legal or not) will count towards the total fours/sixes. Overthrows, all run fours/sixes and extras do not count. Fours scored in a super over do not count.

5.18. Match Extras: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined before the reduction. In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined. All wide deliveries, no balls, byes, leg byes and penalty runs in the match count towards the final result. If there are runs off the bat as well as extras from the same delivery, the runs off the bat do not count towards the final total. Extras in a super over do not count.

5.19. Match run outs: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the scheduled overs in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined before the reduction. In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined. Run outs in a super over do not count.

5.20. Highest Individual score: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined before the reduction. In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined Dead heat rules apply.

5.21. Rabbit runs: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined before the reduction. In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled.The number 11 is taken to be the last man to come out to bat in the innings, regardless of previously stated batting order. If more than 11 players bat, the market will be void unless this is due to concussion substitutions. If the innings is completed without the number 11 coming to the crease, that batsman will be deemed to have scored 0.

5.22. Maximum Over in Match/Maximum Over in Innings: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to be bowled due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined before the reduction.In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined. All runs, including extras, count towards settlement. Super overs do not count. For the Hundred, an over will consist of 5 legal deliveries, so a full innings will be made up of 20 overs. All other rules remain the same as other formats.

5.23. Top Batsman, Bowler/Man of the match: Any bets on players confirmed as not in the starting XI prior to the beginning of the match would be voided. Bets on players selected in the starting XI, that do not bat/bowl will stand.

5.24. Match Top Batsman: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 50% of the overs scheduled to be bowled in either innings at the time the bet was placed due to external factors, including bad weather. Top batsmen bets for First Class matches apply only to the first innings of each team, and will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined. If a player was named at the toss, but later is removed as a concussion sub, that player will still be counted, as will the replacement player.
If a batsman is substituted in after the in-play market has been offered, and scores the highest individual score, bets on the market will be void, unless there is a dead-heat. When two or more players score the same number of runs, dead-heat rules will apply. Runs scored in a super over do not count.

5.25. Match Top Bowler: The result of this market is determined on the bowler with the most wickets in the match. In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 50% of the overs scheduled to be bowled in either innings at the time the bet was placed due to external factors, including bad weather. Top bowler bets for First Class matches apply only to the first innings of each team, and will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined. If a player was named at the toss, but later is removed as a concussion sub, that player will still be counted, as will the replacement player. If a bowler is substituted in after the in-play market has been offered, and takes the most wickets, bets on the market will be void, unless there is a dead-heat. If two or more bowlers have taken the same number of wickets, the bowler who has conceded the fewest runs will be the winner. If there are two or more bowlers with the same wickets taken and runs conceded, dead heat rules will apply. Wickets taken in a super over don’t count. If no bowlers take a wicket in an innings then all bets will be void.

5.26. Team of Top Batsman: Same rules apply as Match Top Batsman, with the dead-heat rules applied if the runs scored by the top batsman on both teams is the same.

5.27. Team of Top Bowler. Same rules apply as the Match Top Bowler, dead-heat rules apply. If no man of the match is officially declared, then all bets will be void.

5.28. Runs off delivery: The result will be determined by the number of runs added to the team total, off the specified delivery. For settlement purposes, all illegal balls count as deliveries. For example, if an over starts with a wide, then the first delivery will be settled as 1 and, although there has not been a legal ball bowled, the next ball will be deemed as delivery 2 for that over. If a delivery leads to a free hit or a free hit is to be re-bowled because of an illegal delivery, the runs scored off the additional delivery do not count. All runs, whether off the bat or not are included. For example, a wide with three extra runs taken equates to 4 runs in total off that delivery. For the Hundred, an over will consist of 5 legal deliveries, so a full innings will be made up of 20 overs. For example, if there are no illegal deliveries, the 5th ball bowled in the innings will be displayed as “X runs off 5th delivery, 1st over” and the 6th ball bowled in the innings will be displayed as “X runs off 1st delivery, 2nd over”. If there is an illegal delivery in the first five balls bowled, the 6th ball bowled in the innings will be displayed as “X runs off 6th delivery, 1st over”. All other rules remain the same as other formats.

5.29. Runs in Over: The specified over must be completed for bets to stand unless settlement has already been determined. If an innings ends during an over then that over will be deemed to be complete unless the innings is ended due to external factors, including bad weather, in which case all bets will be void, unless settlement has already been determined. If the over does not commence for any reason, all bets will be void. Extras and penalty runs in the particular over count towards settlement. For the Hundred, an over will consist of 5 legal deliveries, so a full innings will be made up of 20 overs. All other rules remain the same as other formats.

5.30. Boundary in Over: As “Runs in Over”. Only boundaries scored from the bat (off any delivery – legal or not) will count as a boundary. Overthrows, all run fours and extras do not count as boundaries.

5.31. Wicket in Over: As “Runs in Over”. For settlement purposes, any wicket will count, including run outs. A batsman retiring hurt does not count as a wicket. If a batsman is timed out or retired out then the wicket is deemed to have taken place on the previous ball. Retired hurt does not count as a dismissal.

5.32. Over odd/even: As “Runs in Over”. Zero will be deemed to be an even number.

5.33. Runs in Groups of Overs:If the specified number of overs are not complete the bet will be void, unless the team is all out, declares, reaches their target or settlement of the bet has already been determined. In limited overs matches, bets will be void if the total innings is reduced at any stage to less than 80% of the stated maximum overs at the time the bet was placed, unless settlement of the bet was already determined before the reduction. For the Hundred, an over will consist of 5 legal deliveries, so a full innings will be made up of 20 overs. All other rules remain the same as other formats.

5.34. Wickets in Groups of Overs: If the specified number of overs are not complete the bet will be void, unless the team is all out, declares, reaches their target or settlement of the bet has already been determined. In limited overs matches, bets will be void if the total innings is reduced at any stage to less than 80% of the stated maximum overs at the time the bet was placed, unless settlement of the bet was already determined. For settlement purposes, if a batsman is timed out or retired out then the wicket is deemed to have taken place on the previous ball. Retired hurt does not count as a dismissal. For the Hundred, an over will consist of 5 legal deliveries, so a full innings will be made up of 20 overs. All other rules remain the same as other formats.

5.35. Runs in Session: The result is determined by the total number of runs scored in the specified session, regardless of which team has scored them. If fewer than 20 overs are bowled in a session, bets will be void unless settlement has already been determined.

5.36. Innings Runs: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to have been bowled at the time the bet was placed due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined before the reduction. Bets placed on a future innings will remain valid regardless of the runs scored in any current or previous innings. In drawn First Class matches, will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined. Bets will also be void in drawn first class matches, if less than 60 overs have been bowled in an incomplete innings, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined. If a team declares, that innings will be considered complete for the purposes of settlement.

5.37. Innings wickets: In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the overs scheduled to have been bowled at the time the bet was placed due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined before the reduction. In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined. Retired hurt does not count as a dismissal.

5.38. Innings Fours/Sixes: Same as Most Fours/Sixes

5.39. Innings Extras/Innings Run Outs: Same as Most Extras.

5.40. Maximum Over in Innings: Same as Maximum Over in Match

5.41. Innings Runs, Odd or Even: If the innings is abandoned, forfeited or there is no official result, all bets will be void.

5.42. Innings to finish with a Boundary: Only boundaries scored from the bat (off any delivery – legal or not) will count as a boundary. Overthrows, all run fours and extras do not count as boundaries.In limited overs matches, bets will be void if there is any reduction in the number of overs scheduled to have been bowled at the time the bet was placed due to external factors, including bad weather. If the match is abandoned or there is no official result, all bets will be void.

5.43. Exact Runs in Innings: Bets will be settled according to the official result. In limited overs matches, bets will be void if there is any reduction in the number of overs scheduled to have been bowled at the time the bet was placed due to external factors, including bad weather. If the match is abandoned or there is no official result, all bets will be void.

5.44. Top Batsman in Innings: The result of this market is determined on the batsman with the highest individual score in a team’s innings. In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 50% of the overs scheduled to have been bowled at the time the bet was placed due to external factors, including bad weather. Top batsmen bets for First Class matches apply only to the first innings of each team, and will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined. If a player was named at the toss, but later is removed as a concussion sub, that player will still be counted, as will the replacement player. If a batsman does not bat, but was named in the starting XI, bets on that batsman will stand. If a batsman is substituted in after the in-play market has been offered, and scores the highest individual score, bets on the market will be void, unless there is a dead-heat. When two or more players score the same number of runs, in the innings dead-heat rules will apply. Runs scored in a super over do not count.

5.45. Top Bowler in Innings: The result of this market is determined on the bowler with the highest individual number of wickets in an individual innings. In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 50% of the overs scheduled to have been bowled at the time the bet was placed due to external factors, including bad weather. Top bowler bets for First Class matches apply only to the first innings of each team, and will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined. If a player was named at the toss, but later is removed as a concussion sub, that player will still be counted, as will the replacement player. If a bowler does not bowl, but was named in the starting XI, bets on that bowler will stand. If a bowler is substituted in after the in-play market has been offered, and takes the most wickets, bets on the market will be void, unless there is a dead-heat. If two or more bowlers have taken the same number of wickets, the bowler who has conceded the fewest runs will be the winner. If there are two or more bowlers with the same wickets taken and runs conceded, dead heat rules will apply. Wickets taken in a super over don’t count. If no bowlers take a wicket in an innings then all bets will be void.

5.46. Last Man Standing: : If there are two or more batsmen who are not out upon completion of the innings, the winner for the purpose of settlement will be the last batsman to face a delivery (legal or not). Players will not be deemed to have been not out if they were no longer at the crease having retired hurt or did not bat. If more than 11 players bat, the market will be void. In limited overs matches, bets will be void if, subsequent to placing the bet, the innings has been reduced in any way due to external factors, including bad weather.

5.47. Batsman Runs: If the batsman finishes the innings not out, as a result of a declaration, the team reaching the end of their allotted overs, or the team reaching their target; his score will be the final result. If a batsman does not bat, the bet will be void. If a batsman is not in the starting XI, bets will be void.If a batsman retires hurt, but returns later, the total runs scored by that batsman in the innings will count. If the batsman does not return later, the final result will be as it stood when the batsman retired. In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the scheduled overs in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement has been determined, or goes on to be determined. Results will be considered determined if the line at which the bet was placed is passed, or the batsman is dismissed. In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs are bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined. Runs scored in a super over do not count.

5.48. Batsman Fours/Sixes: : If a batsman finishes the innings not out, as a result of a declaration, the team reaching the end of their allotted overs, or the team reaching their target; his number of fours/sixes will be the final result. If a batsman does not bat, the bet will be void. If a batsman is not in the starting XI, bets will be void. If a batsman retires hurt, but returns later, the total fours hit by that batsman in the innings will count. If the batsman does not return later, the final result will be as it stood when the batsman retired. In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the scheduled overs in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement has been determined, or goes on to be determined. Results will be considered determined if the line at which the bet was placed is passed, or the batsman is dismissed. In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs are bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.Only fours/sixes scored from the bat (off any delivery – legal or not) will count towards the total fours. Overthrows, all run fours and extras do not count. Fours/sixes scored in a super over do not count.

5.49. Batsman Milestones: As ‘Batsman Runs’.

5.50. Method of Dismissal: If the specified batsman is not out, all bets will be void. If the specified batsman retires, and does not return to bat later, all bets will be void. If that batsman does return to bat later and is out, bets will stand.

5.51. Fall of Next Wicket: If the batting team reaches the end of their allotted overs, reaches their target or declares before the specified wicket falls, the result will be the total amassed. For settlement purposes, a batsman retiring hurt does not count as a wicket. In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the scheduled overs in either innings due to external factors, unless settlement has already been determined, or goes on to be determined. Result will be considered determined if the line at which the bet was placed is passed, or the wicket in question falls. In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.

5.52. Next man out: If either batsman retires hurt or the batsmen at the crease are different from those quoted, the bets placed on both batsmen will be declared void. If no more wickets fall, all bets will be void.

5.53. Batsman Match bet: Bets will settle based on the official scores for the specified batsmen in the innings, as detailed in the “Batsman Runs” section above. In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the scheduled overs in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather, after the bet is placed unless settlement has already been determined.

5.54. Method of Next Wicket Dismissal: Bets will settle based on the official scores for the specified batsmen in the innings, as detailed in the “Batsman Runs” section above. In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the scheduled overs in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather, after the bet is placed unless settlement has already been determined. Caught and bowled is included in Fielder Catch.

5.55. Bowler Matchbet: : In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the scheduled overs in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement has been determined. In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined. Both players must be named in the starting XI, or appear as a substitute. If either does not then subsequently bowl all bets are still settled. Wickets taken in a super over do not count.

5.56. All-Rounder Matchbet: Points are scored as follows: 1 point per run, 20 points per wicket, 10 points per catch, 25 points per stumping. In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the scheduled overs in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement has been determined. In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined. Both players must be named in the starting XI, or appear as a substitute. If either player does not then subsequently bat or bowl then all bets are still settled. Points scored in a super over do not count.

5.57. Keeper matchbet: Points are scored as above. In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the scheduled overs in either innings due to external factors, including bad weather, unless settlement has been determined. In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined. Both named players must start the match as a wicket keeper, or appear as a substitute, but if their playing role changes for any reason all bets will still be settled in accordance with the scoring system above. Points scored in a super over do not count.

5.58. Free Hit: The result will be determined by the number of runs added to the team total, off the specified delivery. If the free hit is re-bowled because of an illegal delivery, the runs scored off the second free hit do not count. Extras and penalty runs will count towards settlement. For example, if a wide is bowled on the free hit delivery specified, the result will be 1. Then another free hit market may be offered.

5.59. Race to ‘X’ Runs: : All bets stand, regardless of any curtailment. If neither batsman reaches the specified number of runs the markets will be settled as ‘Neither’.

5.60. Next to Hit Six: All bets stand, regardless of any curtailment. If neither batsman scores a six after the bet is offered, then the market will be settled as ‘Neither’. Overthrows and extras do not count.

5.61. Winning Over: All bets will be void if there is no official result. In limited overs matches, all bets will be void if, subsequent to placing the bet, the maximum overs possible are reduced in any way.

5.62. Toss Winner: Bets will be void if Toss result is known before the bet is placed. If no Toss takes place bets will be void.

5.63. Notes for all Markets:

Players sent off/retired: A player being sent off is viewed as retired out, so will be settled as a wicket.

Concussion substitutions: When a player leaves the field as a concussion substitute, this will not count as a wicket. If the player does not return later, the final result will be as it stood when the player left the field. When a player enters the match as a concussion substitute, for settlement purposes both they and the player replaced will be looked upon as to have played a full part in the match.

Penalty runs after the conclusion of an innings: Penalty runs added to a team’s total after the start of the other team’s innings will not count towards settlement of markets in the previous innings.

“For the Hundred, an over will consist of 5 legal deliveries, so a full innings will be made up of 20 overs. All other rules remain the same as other limited overs formats.

6.1. In case of default, retirement or walkover of any player, all undecided bets are considered void.

6.2. In case of any delay (rain, darkness…) all markets remain unsettled and the trading will be continued as soon as the match continues.

6.3. If penalty point(s) are awarded by the umpire, all bets on that game will stand.

6.4. In case a match is finished before certain points/games were finished, all affected point/game related markets are considered void.

6.5. If markets remain open with an incorrect score which has a significant impact on the prices, we reserve the right to void betting.

6.6. If the players/teams are displayed incorrectly, we reserve the right to void betting.

6.7.If a player retires all undecided markets are considered void.

6.8. If a match tie-break is played as a deciding set in Bo3 format, it will be considered as the 3rd set.

6.9.Every tie-break or Match tie-break counts as 1 game.

7.1. If a match does not adhere to the generally accepted format (e.g. unusual period length, counting procedure, format of a match etc.); we reserve the right to void any market.

7.2. If the rules or format of a match differ from our accepted norm, we reserve the right to void any market.

7.3. All markets are considered for regular time only unless otherwise stated.

7.4. If a match is not completed or not played (e.g. through disqualification, interruption, withdrawal, changes in draws etc.), all undecided markets are considered void.

7.5. Where any matter is not covered by these rules we reserve the right to make a decision on an individual basis and on the basis of equity.

7.6. Outright markets are considered All In Run Or Not and therefore will be settled as a loss if the selection does not take part in the event. Dead Heat rules apply.

7.7. When bets are placed on In-Play Asian Handicap, match Scoreline is treated as 0:0 at the time of the placement. This applies only for soccer and eSoccer.

7.8. Video assistant referee (VAR) - Where we have settled a bet and, due to a subsequent VAR decision, it becomes apparent that such settlement was incorrect, we reserve the right to reverse such settlement (provided that the VAR decision occurred prior to the conclusion of the match or other time frame relating to the bet). Bets which are placed between the occurrence of an incident which leads to a VAR review and the related VAR decision will be deemed void unless the VAR review (and subsequent decision) did not ultimately alter the decision made by the on-field officials or the VAR review (and subsequent decision) altered the decision made by the on-field officials but did not have any material influence on the bet(s) in question. All bets which were not influenced by the VAR review will stand.

7.9. These Terms and Conditions may be published in several languages for informational purposes and ease of access by players. The English version is the only legal basis of the relationship between you and us and in the case of any discrepancy with respect to a translation of any kind, the English version of these Terms and Conditions shall prevail.

7.10. All markets (except halftime, first half markets, overtime and penalty shoot out) are considered for regular time only unless otherwise stated.
If a match is interrupted and continued within 48h after initial kickoff, all open bets will be settled with the final result. Otherwise, all undecided bets are considered void (The bet can be voided, before 48 hours has passed).
Regular 90 Minutes: Markets are based on the result at the end of a scheduled 90 minutes play unless otherwise stated. This includes any added injury or stoppage time but does not include extra-time, time allocated for a penalty shootout or golden goal.
In case of unusual time periods (e.g. 3 periods of 30 minutes each), bets will stand as long as the total statutory time of the match is between 45 minutes and 120 minutes.
If the goal will be scored just after the bet was accepted, then the bet will be still valid.

7.11. Settlement and cancellation rules
If the market remains open when the following events have already taken place: goals, red or yellow-red cards and penalties, we reserve the right to void betting.
In the event of a match abandoned before the completion of 90 minutes play all markets will be declared void.
If the market was opened with a missing or incorrect red card, we reserve the right to void betting.
If odds were offered with an incorrect match time (more than 5 minutes), we reserve the right to void betting.
If a wrong score is entered, all markets will be cancelled for the time when the incorrect score was displayed.
If a match is interrupted or postponed and is not continued within 48h after initial kick-off date betting will be void.
If the team names or category are displayed incorrectly, we reserve the right to void betting.

7.12. Matches Abandonments - Live
Official match abandoned before the completion of 90 minutes play will be void except for those tickets the outcome of which has already been determined at the time of abandonment.
Friendly match abandoned before the completion of 80 minutes play will be void except for those tickets the outcome of which has already been determined at the time of abandonment.

7.13. Booking Markets
Yellow card counts as 1 card and red or yellow-red card as 2. The 2nd yellow for one player which leads to a yellow red card is not considered. As a consequence one player cannot cause more than 3 cards.
Settlement will be made according to all available evidence of cards shown during the regular 90 minutes play.
Cards shown after the match are not considered.
Cards for non-players (already substituted players, managers, players on bench) are not considered.

7.14. Booking points markets Yellow card counts as 10 points and red or yellow red cards as 25.
The 2nd yellow for one player which leads to a yellow red card is not considered. As a consequence one player cannot cause more than 35 booking points
Settlement will be made according to all available evidence for cards shown during the regular 90 minutes play.
Cards shown after the match are not considered.
Cards for non-players (already substituted players, managers, players on bench)are not considered.

7.15. Corner Markets
Corners awarded but not taken are not considered.

7.16. Next Goalscorer
Own goals will not be considered for Next Goalscorer settlement purposes and are ignored.
All players who took part in the match since kick off or previous goal are considered as runners.
All players who are currently taking part are listed.
If for any reason an unlisted player scores a goal all bets on listed players stand.
Market will be settled based on TV insert and statistics provided by Press Association unless there is clear evidence that these statistics are not correct.

7.17. Anytime Goalscorer
Own goals will not be considered for Anytime Goalscorer settlement purposes and are ignored.
All players who took part in the match are considered as runners. If for any reason an unlisted player scores a goal all bets on listed players stand. If a player is listed but does not take part in the match, all related bets made on the player will be considered as void.
If a match hasn’t finished within 48h after initial kick off all bets are considered void even on players who already scored.
Market will be settled based on TV insert and statistics provided by Press Association unless there is clear evidence that these statistics are not correct.

7.18.Interval Markets
Markets will be settled based on the goal time announced by TV. If this is not available, the time according to the match clock is considered.
Goal Markets are settled based on the time the ball crosses the line, and not the time the kick is made.
Corner interval markets are settled based on the time the corner kick is taken and not the time the corner is conceded or awarded.
Booking interval markets are settled based on the time the card is shown and not the time the infringement is made.
Offsides will be settled based on the time when the referee gives the decision. This rule will be applied on any video assistant referee (VAR) situation.
Penalty markets will be settled based on the time when the referee gives the decision. This rule will be applied on any video assistant referee (VAR) situation.
Penalties awarded but not taken are not considered.
For all 5 min/15 min interval markets, related to interval minutes 41-45/31-45, events (goals, corners) in added injury or stoppage time will be accounted for.
Event must happen between 0:00 and 09:59 to be classed in the first 10 minutes (e.g. a time period 11 to 20 minutes is 10:00 to 19:59). The designated 10 minute period must be completed for the bet to stand (unless the outcome of the specific market is already determined).

7.19. Next Scoring Type
- Freekick: The goal has to be scored directly from the freekick or corner to qualify as a goal by freekick. Deflected shots count as long as the freekick or corner taker is awarded the goal
- Penalty: Goal must be scored directly from the penalty. Goals after a rebound of a missed penalty do not count
- Own Goal: If goal is declared as an own goal
- Header: The scorers last touch has to be with the head
- Shot: Goal has to be with any other part of the body than the head and the other types do not apply
- No Goal